The new Georgia law designed to improve the integrity of elections has been maligned by President Biden as “Jim Crow on steroids.”
The Washington Post fact-checker gave Biden its maximum “four Pinocchios” for false statements he made about the law. And he and members of establishment media have pushed the narrative that requiring a photo ID to vote amounts to racist, voter suppression. That’s in spite of polls showing minorities reject that condescending claim as much as the overall population, with as many as 80% of voters favoring voter ID.
The Media Research Center, known for monitoring the bias of establishment media, takes up the issue in a video presentation.
MRC says TV journalists “are carrying water for Democrats by framing the new Georgia election security law as a racist roll-back of voting rights.”
But they are misleading audiences, MRC argues, because they are talking about a bill that actually expands voting access in the state.
See the MRC video:
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